Robertson Drive Screws: Flathead, #6, 1 inch
Finding a good wood screw is a challenge. I only use Robertson® brand screws. Highly engineered and specifically designed for cabinet making and general woodworking, I think they are the best screws on the market today. Robertson drive screws are a uniquely Canadian product, almost impossible to find outside of Canada.
Our Robertson® brand screws feature the Robertson drive head and its famous "cling-fit." A Robertson drive screw head has a slightly tapered, square-shaped socket in the head and a Robertson driver has a matching shaped protrusion on the tooltip. This tapered shape makes inserting the driver into the socket easier and keeps the screw on the tooltip without the user needing to hold it there.
Our Robertson® screws have deep, coarse threads with minimum body diameter which causes less material displacement and provides excellent holding, especially in softwoods and man-made material (MDF, plywood, etc.). Sharp thread angles and serrated starter teeth requires less drive torque than standard screws.
- Size: # 6
- Length: 1 inch
- Head: Flat with countersink nibs
- Drive: Recex (fits Robertson and Phillips drivers)
- Thread: Coarse, serrated and self-drilling thread point
- Coating: Zinc plated
- Quantity: 100 screws per bag
I have not used any of them yet. Looking forward to trying them on my next project .
replacment for missing item on previous shipment
The screws are what I wanted.
Best screws ever
Love the Robertson drive! Don’t know why they haven’t completely replaced Phillips head screws. Also the thread cutting action of these I believe makes them superior to screws without them.
Love these screws. Second purchase of them.
If you haven’t tried these Robertson drive screws you are missing out. There are a lot of little design differences that make these the best choice for almost any project. I bought a few to try and then went back and ordered just about every size. See Rob’s own video for a description. Faster, better, easier. Save time and that’s money in the bank. James